Old School courses teach homeowners and professionals skills and knowledge for the care and maintenance of older buildings. Courses can include topics such as best practices for researching the history of a building, how to manage a heritage project from start to finish, a thorough introduction to heritage conservation, and wood windows repair and maintenance.
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FALL 2016 WORKSHOPS
Coming in Fall 2016, Old School courses will include Navigating City Hall, Researching the History of a Building at the Vancouver Archives and the Vancouver Public Library, Masonry Maintenance with Architect and Engineer Barry McGinn, and Drafting a Statement of Significance with Province of BC Heritage Planner, Berdine Jonker.
Navigating City Hall, October 25th 2016 5pm-9:30pm $60
This workshop will explore how to take a heritage project, from renovations to heritage revitalization agreement projects through the planning process at City Hall. With Senior Heritage Planner, Marco D’Agostini, and Architect, James Burton, Birmingham and Wood. A light dinner will be served at 5pm so the course can begin at 5:30.
Vancouver City Hall, Town Hall Room, 453 W 12th Avenue
Registration will open soon.